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Points Ahead
What an impact
We remembered
On the buses
A Richer Life
Focussing on Football
Cheers for Emscote
Chinese Lion Dancing
Royal Visit
Having fun in the snow
Putting on the Ritz
That’s the way to do it!
Curriculum Focus Week 2009
Balancing Act
Three Cheers for Emscote
Groundforce Day
Let it snow!
Christmas Walk
What a Show
All the Fun of the Fair
Stayin Focused
Good Skills
Blossoming Play Time
Sporting Champions
The Good Old Days
Free Lunch
World Book Day
A Stitch in Time
Learning from the Master
Sporting Success
Christmas 2007
Feel the Buzz
Three Cheers for Emscote
Yellow Woods Challenge 2007
Emscote Infant School Wins Top Environmental Award



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School Showcase

Festival of Running


Everyone enjoyed the Festival of Running at Edmondscote Athletics Track in June. Ninety three children attended the event as they had achieved a half marathon or more at school as part of the Marathon Kids programme. It was great to be able to reward the children efforts and achievements over the year.






Cheering On


The whole school turned out to cheer on the Aviva Women's Cycle Tour.




Google Expeditions


A team from Google's Expeditions Pioneer Programme visited the school to share a virtual reality app built for the classroom. Expeditions enables teachers to take their classess on virtual field trips, through collections of 360 degree and 3D images, pointing out interesting sights along the way.







Singing Success


The federation choir took part in the one of the largest school choir concerts in the world in January. The concert, organised by the Young Voices enterprise, featured 6,500 children performing to a sell-out crowd of parents. The performance included a diverse range of songs and actions. The concert was led by David Lawrence, one of the UK's most versatile conductors. The children, Miss Mclean & Miss Painter had spent many months rehearsing all the songs, and the children's behaviour and enthusiasm on the day was outstanding. Thanks go to the PTA's of All Saints' and Emscote who paid for the choir to take part in the concert.






Silk Panel Painting


We helped paint a silk panel which will be illuminated by being hung in front of a window in All Saints' church in the run up to Christmas.





We Will Remember


Children wore their scouting and guiding organisation uniforms as a mark of respect on Remembrance Day.




Cinema Trip


Years 1 and 2 enjoyed their trip to Warwick Arts Centre to see a screening of James and The Giant Peach, thanks to free cinema seats from the Into Film Festival and the buses paid for by the Friends.




Exploring Science


Mad Science delivered an entertaining and educational assembly for the whole school.







Father's Day Breakfast












Going to the Races


The whole school turned out to cheer on the competitors in the Aviva Women's Tour which passed through Warwick on the second stage of this important professional women's cycling event.






Federation Choir at the Royal Albert Hall


The federation choir had the most amazing day on 14th June - the opportunity to perform on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London. After learning songs during choir sessions in school with Miss McLean and Miss Painter the children travelled to London and rehearsed as part of a choir of 2000 children from across England, participating in the Armonico Consort AC Academy. In the evening they performed to a very enthusiastic audience of families and friends who had also travelled across the country to attend. The photos show our children, who were actually performing throughout from the centre of the stage. What an amazing experience, one which was thoroughly enjoyed by all of our children and families and will be one which we'll remember forever! 










Tea With Mother


The children enjoyed afternoon tea with their mums to celebrate Mother's Day.















The children performed well at the recent gymnastics competition.











Official Duties


The chicks in the office have been working hard.






Raising the Roof


Emscote Voices and All Saints' Voices took part in one of the largest school choir concerts in the world at the Genting Arena in Birmingham recently. The Federation choir had a wonderful time participating in the massive Young Voices concert, enjoying the arena experience singing with a full live band, backing singers and an internationally-acclaimed director.






Festive Season


The Christmas show season culminated in a year 2 carol concert in the church.



The children enjoyed visiting All Saints' to see their Christmas show.





The annual panto was very-well received.







And the school Christmas lunch was great festive fun.








The school choir sang at Hatton Country World.




Supporting Science


National Grid kindly came to the school to carry out some science work with years 1 and 2. They provided different activities for thie children for them to explore the various scientific concepts, including floating, conductivity, windmills and magnets.













Shoebox Appeal


We are delighted to have collected 55 gift-filled and wrapped shoeboxes for this year's Samaritans's Purse Operation Christmas Child appeal.



Our boxes joined those collected by All Saints' School and the church to make a grand total of 163 that are due to be taken to Samaritan's Purse's depot on 17th November to await transportation abroad.


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